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The production processes can be classified into two broad categories namely the primary and secondary processes. The primary processes use distillation principles to separate crude into intermediate and some finished products while the secondary processes use catalyst to convert the intermediates to higher quality finished and value added petrochemical products. The marketable products are: i. Premium Motors Spirit (PMS) (Petrol) ii. Kerosene (Domestic/Aviation) iii. Automotives Gas Oil (AGO) (Diesel oil) iv. Fuel Oil v. Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) (Cooking Gas) vi. Polypropylene Pellets (Nipolene) vii. Carbon Black Pellets Products at Maximum Design Capacity PRODUCTS METRIC TON/DAY LITRES TOTAL PMS 5,015 6,598,684 KEROSENE 2,380 2,902,439 AGO 4,522 5,258,139 TOTAL FUEL OIL 3,808 4,094,623 BUTANE 459 791,379 PROPANE 187 366,666
FUEL PLANTS Crude Distillation Unit (CDU) Vacuum Distillation Unit (VDU) Gas Plant Naphtha Hydrotreating Unit (NHU) Catalytic Reforming Unit (CRU) Kerosene Hydrotreating Unit (KHN) Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit (FCC) Merox Treating Units HF Alkylation Unit PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS Polypropylene Plant Carbon Black Plant Petrochemical Plant End of Use Application Film for biscuit and confectionary wrappers Woven sacks for packaging, upholstery, blanket, mats, yarn, etc. Bottle crates for drinks. Automotive wares like battery casings, hoses, bumper, etc. Fibers for floor carpets, ropes, yarns and
apparel Industrial articles like pipes, containers, etc Carbon black us used for the manufacture of inl, paints, conveyor belts, foot ware and other commodities. The largest use of carbon black is in the rubber industry. The automobile tyre contain 30-90kg of carbon black per 100kg of rubber. POWER PLANT AND UTILITIES Gas Turbine Plants Demineralization Water Treatment Plant Nitrogen Plants Compressed Air Systems Refinery Effluent Treatment Facility Cooling Water Systems BUSINESS OFFICE Refinery Road, Ekpan, P.M.B. 44, Warri, Delta State, Nigeria. Website: http://wrpcnnpcng.com Email: press@wrpcnnpcng.com
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